Over the past month or so we have begun having issues with Amazon Simple Pay relating to our SSL certificate. Currently if you have been paying your invoices with this service, we suggest to switch to PayPal or Google Checkout as they seem to be much more reliable solutions, at least for the time being.
If you have recently paid your server through Amazon and have not received a payment confirmation, please submit a support ticket with your Transaction ID from the Amazon Simple Pay website.
In the meantime, we apologize for the inconvenience and we’re working to get everything back to normal; however, we can’t say for sure if we’ll continue to use Amazon in the future.
At approximately 8:30pm CST, our Arizona USA network began experiencing heavy traffic most likely originating from a DDoS attack. Our Arbor Networks firewall will activate within minutes to mitigate the attack and we expect to have full access to all affected services within an hour. All Minecraft servers on the affects systems may experience lag and/or downtime while this takes place. We apologize for the inconvenience.
Note: This notice excludes Node 30 USA.
Update @ 9:35pm CST: It appears the attack has stopped and all services should be back to normal.
Please do not submit a support ticket about this problem.
Early today we discovered some issues appearing on Node 5 USA (node5.az.us.mc.cubedhost.org) which was causing lag and some servers to go completely offline. As we investigated, we were forced to restart the node and soon realized that one of the hard drives in the system had failed. Due to the fact that we utilize RAID on every node, we did not lose any data but the drive must be replaced before we can restart the server.
Update @ 23:30 CST: Our datacenter technicians have scheduled the swap at midnight – the node should be online within the next hour.
Update @ 0:40 CST: Awaiting technicians to finish the swap.
Update @ 0:55 CST: The drive has successfully been replaced and all servers should be online again!
All customers will be credited the appropriate time on their billing period for this inconvenience.
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